intermixed

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The flashes of the cannons were intermixed with flashes of lightning.

Drums and trumpets, intermixed with acclamations, are heard in the distance.

Its tail is tipped with white, intermixed with bluish-black.

Because it produces motion in the particles of the air, by which they are intermixed.

At many points these peoples are intermixed with Chinese blood.

The pupa is smooth, changes in a slight web, in which the hairs are intermixed.

But I never want to see the face of one in our cities and intermixed with the people.

The lining is often intermixed with horse hairs and feathers.

The common kind was intermixed with it, but the difference of size was constant.

Yet here, too, is intermixed the classical with the romantic.

WORD ORIGIN

1550s (implied in intermixed), from inter- + mix (v.). Related: Intermixed; intermixing.

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